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June 20, 1885


JAMA. 1885;IV(25):695-696. doi:10.1001/jama.1885.02391000023010

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The Bouillaud Statue—The Prizes of the Academy of Medicine—Death of Dr. Gueneau de Mussy.

A statue to perpetuate the memory of the late Professor Bouillaud was erected by public subscription at Angoulême, the town nearest his birth place, which is a village in the department of the Charente. The statue was inaugurated on the 16th inst., in the presence of the officials of the town, and of several members of the profession from different parts of the country, as well as of representatives from the various learned societies to which Dr. Bouillaud belonged. Among the medical men from Paris, I may mention the names of Professor Cornil, Potain and Verneuil, also Dr. Léon Labbé, Hospital Surgeon, who were all pupils of the celebrated physician. After a few words of welcome from the Mayor of the town, the delegates addressed the assembly in turn, Professor Laboulbène in

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